Construction management is a major acquisition route in which the work is built by different contractors. These subcontractors are entrusted to the employer, but managed by a site manager. The agreement between the client and the site manager (C/CM) is a typical order from the advisor. It requires the client to appoint a team of design consultants, including one of the team leaders of consultants. The trade agreement is a slightly modified version of the regular contract. The role of the site manager in the design is only advisory. The client is to ensure that consultants are required to heed the advice recommendation and the site manager`s comments regarding the design, but who have done so, are free to do what they deem right. The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) Construction Management Contract (JCT)is for projects for which separate contractors are appointed by the employer, with separate contractual responsibilities for the construction of the structures. The site manager is instructed by the employer to complete the work as an agent of the employer.
These include issuing instructions, preparing certifications, managing contractual conditions, etc. The JCT construction management contract is for construction projects for which the employer appoints separate commercial contracts for the execution of the work and a site manager to oversee the completion of the work for a fee. Construction management contracts are suitable for projects obtained by the management method. The site manager must be considered a member of the developer`s team of professional advisors and must live in the project at an early stage. There is a roadmap for services that deal with construction time, construction time and additional services. There is a transition from the pre-construction period to the construction period, during which work is first started by a contractor. The C/CM agreement provides that construction work is purchased as part of negotiation orders issued by the client. The client is required to designate business partners in accordance with the JCT TC/C contract form. The project revolves around a period of pre-construction and construction.
During the construction phase, neither the employer nor the contractor is firmly committed to continuing the construction phase. The project will only be built if the employer and the contractor consent. The site manager is usually appointed early in the design process, so his or her experience can be used to improve the costs and construction capacity of proposals as they develop, as well as to advise on the packaging and selection of contractors. At the beginning of the date, the client is required to establish a short and interim first project budget. During the pre-construction period, the team of advisors is required to draw project drawings and project specifications to be signed by the client. During this period, the site manager will develop a design and construction project program to be signed by the parties. The site manager must prepare the costs of the project to be signed. The main task of the contractor during the construction period is to manage, organize and secure the execution of the work. The administrative contractor is committed to ensuring that the work is carried out in accordance with the specifications and proper treatment of the specified standards. The JCT administrative form is a traditional principal cost contract under which the administrative contractor is reimbursed for the main costs of the work and a fee. The documentation of the JCT management contract includes the typical forms of plant subcontracting and the form of contractors/employer enterprise contracts.